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THE NEWER CARNATIONS.
laVNTtawati af tba I.aat Tn Tear.
Iiw ml tba rplr Varieties.
Greater Improvements hare been
mad with tarnations during tba past
teo or fifteen years than with any oth
er flower grown fit a commercial way
under glass. None of the aorta la favor
tea years ago la rrown now to any ex
tent, and most of them are forgotten.
To tba averiiKe person the greatest
change has been the Increase iu alio of
flower and stiffness of item. The bent
flowers ara now decidedly bet'er In
aubatance, very full and nut flat or bol
low, at were the elder sorts. Orent
efforts have teen nmde to strengthen
the calyx so that the totals do not
Mrs. George M. tfradt a variegated
flower, white, striped with bright scar
let, is remarkable for Its large size and
delightful fragrance. 1'iyche Is anoth
er good large striped flower and very
free blooming. Among whites White
Cloud and Flora II 111 are best Eveli
na Is a dwarf growlug sort, which
PINK CARXATION OKNEV1EVE fjOIlD.
makes It valuable to grow on the side
benches. Queen Louise Is a pure white,
,and a large Pennsylvania carnation
grower says It has always proved to be
the best white ever grown at bis place.
' It has large flowers, long, stiff stems.
Is moderately fragrant, a continuous
bloomer, has no grass, no disease and
Is a strong grower. Genesee and Storm
King ara among the older sorts still
grown to large extent
The best scarlet Is G. II. Crane, but
America Is a freer bloomer. Mrs.
Thomas W. Lawson, the famous thir
ty thousand dollar carnation. Is a beau
tiful pink, large, with long, stiff stems.
Genevieve Lord, a seedllug of Edna
Craig crossed with William Scott Is
very fine. The planta are free bloom
era, while the flowers are large and
produced ou very long, stilt stems, as
seen In the accompanying Illustration.
Ethel Crocker Is a bright pink with a
clovcllke fragrance. The Marquis Is
considered an Ideal pink.
The best known yellows are Butter
cup, Mayor i'lngree and Gold Nugget
Maceo la an acquisition to the crimson
varieties, and General Gomes Is anoth
er good one. Governor Ilooscvelt Is the
most perfect shaped flower known. It
Is a new dark blood red sort and has
large flowers and all the good points
desired lu a first class flower and
plant says American Agriculturist, in
which occur the foregoing comments.
Pcaek aad Plasm Steele '
In the rnclflo Northwest the princi
pal stock la peach and Myrobalan plum.
In France, Germany and Austria all
plume are grown on plum stock, and
peacbea are also grown on it to some
extent Tho common stock 'for the
Agen prune la the St Julian; for the
German prune, aa we know that va
riety, and the Italian, St Julian and
White Panison; for tho Mlrabelle, St.
Julian and Myrobalan. Nurserymen
prefer to use the latter, but growers
think trees on Myrobalan are much
shorter lived than those on St Julian.
As no well authenticated experiments
have been made, this opinion Is not de
cisive. The reason French horticultur
ists give for using plum root for peaeb
is that the plum root Is longer lived.
Is more vigorous, a deeper feeder and
less susceptible to adverse soil condi
tions. When planted next to a build
ing, It will send lu roots deep Into the
soil below the basements and derive
part of Ita substance from there, while
the peach will draw on the soil In the
border which is desired for other crops.
When It Is known that a very large
proportion of the peacbea of France
are grown on espaliers, on high walls
and sides of buildings, the force of the
position taken by tho French growers
and propagators la apparent Profess
or E. It Lake In American Gardening.
Charcoal Fee Pattlasr Balba.
Good soil is of course necessary for
successful results In potting bulbs, but
even good soil coming directly In con
tact with the bulbs la very liable to
cause bulb rot To avoid tMs the pre
caution to line the bole or rcceptaclo
for the bulb with sand la usually nec
essary. Many successful growers, how
ever, prefer charcoal dust to sand and
claim It to bo an almost certain pre
ventive of the trouble. The method Is
certainly worthy a trial, and to be suc
cessful the bulb should be entirely cov
ered with the charcoal, allowing no
soil to como la direct contact with the
surface of the bulb. Cor. Rural New
Care at the WlaSaw Flaata.
Liquid manure benefits potted hya
cinths and other bulbs.
lighted lamp may save window
plants from frostbites. .
One plant yon can hardly over wa
tera blooming hyacinth.
'A paper nightcap may prevent a de
structive "cold" to a plant some severe
Washington state had a great boom
In apple tree planting the past fall
Stuart, Van Pom an Centennial and
Frotscber are standard varieties of the
A collection of the choicest varieties
of Egyptian dates Is to be tested In the
southwest. - I
Strawberries have become a great
crop for Oregon, as they bare for
North Carolina ami Florida. '
Southern California olive growers
have associated to promote the Indus'
try. to seek markets and maintain re
Diunerstlve prices. i '
PLANTS IN WINDOWS,
risrr to Krtp Thrm Tbrlflr '
Plant m!'l be tn-au J as Individuals.
Ko two tan be handle J la exactly the
same niauuer. n linns Median's Month
ly In presvhtlrijr koiiio polms of success
ful plant eokure lu windows. Wo must
Unit know the probable needs of our
plants, then give regular cur and ex
ercise lodgment lu nmintalnlutf certain
treatment or sneuillii It for some
thing better tutted to the Immediate
I ll conditions of tho soil I': tun i.'t
Is tif llrst importance. Plants of a uc
culcut nature or wiih'Ccshy root will
usually object to real heavy soil. Oth
ers muy And tinsulted conditions In an
extremely light, porous soil. Where
doubt enters tho mind bo snfo and
adopt a medium grade of soli, loamy
Naturally heavy soil Is slow to take
np moisture ns well as slow tn yielding
It Water poured on the surface of
such finds slow entrance and slow pas
sage. The soil In tho bottom of a pot
Will rarely get any moisture,' though
mostly needed there, unless It le given
by standiug It for a few momenta In a
saucer of water. Hitch soil becomes
sodden, and sour and will likely be
overwatercd lu tho upper part.
The extreme of this state light,
sandy soil of course takes water at
once, and It almost as quickly passes
off. In a warm room the luoisturo will
evaporate so quickly as to require wa
tering twice a day and ench time a
thorough soaking. Medium light soli
Is seen to be the safest. Let it be just
so that tho water will enter at once
and dampen the soli throughout the pot
without running off.
riants in Jardinieres sometimes suf
fer by having water standing In the
latter they ara literally drowned. On
the other hand. If tho plant Is growing,
especially rapid growth, or flowering
an abundance of water Is'requlrcd, and
whot would ordinarily l an oversup
ply is theu of great benefit
Light and air nro of very great im
portance. Plants should have both ev
ery day, anil this light must bo dis
tributed equitably. This Is accomplish
ed by turning tho planti arotuuV, ex
posing them to the light on all sides.
Some plants mm Ire more heat than
others, especially when growing and
receiving considerable water. Plants
practically dormant may ibo kept cool
and without much water And light
Itut few persons realizwhat a small
amount of soil Is made to support a
plant and how Inndeqnato the nourish
ment must frequently be. Food of some
kind should bo occasionally added to
the soli. Mamu-o in liquid form will aid
strong growth. A few drops of house
hold ammonia frequently added to wa
ter Is a good practice. Potash, present
in-wood ashes or boitemeul, will some
times be acceptable.
Plants In a very hot room sometimes
suffer from a dry atmosphere, and the
leaves should bo llglitlyi syringed occa
Dead or dytntf leaves on a plant arc
useless Incumbrances and should bo re
moved and destroyed as soon as they
A Popular Orrhld.
This beout'ful orchid is one of tbc
most useful for florists' use, lielng one
of tho first varieties avnllablo In au
tumn and Its gorgcons branching pani
cles of golden flowers being exceed ig-
ly effective In decorative work. Some
times lis many 'ns 100 to '.MO flowers
are borne on one spike, a remarkable
product from so rtuall a plant It re
quires little room In n house, doing well
In a basket suspended from the root
nf tho greenhouse, and rail lo grown
lu a comparatively cool place. It Is
now grown by the thousand In the
neighborhood of New York. Garden
ing. War the I"' Plant Doraa't Crair.
If pot plant growth Is sluggish, do
not ndd more water to the soil whore
water Is not needed. Remember that
ailing plants require but little water.
To apply inoro than I ttlltcn np or
evaporated Is to mnko the soil less con
genial to the plants. I
Xotrs From (ardenlna.
Tho Star strain of petunias will be
Introduced the coming season. ,
The pure white double ultima ap
pears to be a very useful l1owilng
Valets carnations ara wanted for
summer blooming It will be enrly
enough tn take cuttings In January and
On toward spring nn azalea way be
nronglit Into flower With very little
forcing on account of innrlng Die nat
ural flowering season.
' The originators of she 'Timothy Ea
ton chrysanthemum have both, pink
and yellow sports said to ho Identical
with that variety except as to color.
' L. A. Dorckmans says that in Geor
gia the "Elbcrta craxe" Is worse tlinn
ever and thfct every available tree of
this variety Las been planted this fall.
I'.'' ' ' '
WINTER ORCHARD WORK.
Praalaat and Thlaalaat t'altlvatlaa.
f )rparatiaaa Far Sertas;.
Pruning slwuld be done In winter
where it is necessary to prune away
large limbs. The trees may need
branches thinned out to give an abun
dance of light and air among the
tranche. They cannot have too much.
A low spreading bahit should be en
couraged for esponure of as greet a
surface to tho light as possible. If the
trees are spreading close to each other,
don't bo afraid to cut out alternate
ones where necessary. It will give ad
ditional value and longer life to the re
Cultivating cau bo done to advantage
In winter. Surface soil should be stir
red and nmdo Duo to ndwlt'slr and
moisture readily In tho growing Ben
son. Summer cultivation must neces
sarily be rather shullow for feor of
disturbing the young feeding roots,
which are rather near the surface.
This danger Is not present lu winter,
and It U a good time to break up the
soil dii-ply. Tho surface may first have
Its coating of manure and then be turn
ed lightly under. It need not bo har
rowed smooth. The rains and frost will
do that to perfection.
When weather will not permit of out
sido work, gi t the spraying apparatus
In order and the formulas ready for
early work in spring. Get ahead of the
coilllug moth. If you propose setting
out more trees, plan It out on paper,
deciding exactly what you will plant
and what space each should have.
Largo growing trees, like apples, are
often given thirty-sis feet square. Oth
er kinds are given loss, down to eight
een feet It la safest to err In giving
them too much. - The holes may even
be dug and manure placed lu them to
liecome well Incorporated with the solL
Spring planting Is usually accompa
nied by considerable haste because of
other work at that time, and It Is ail
visnbla to be In readiuess. Meehan's
Monthly. . ; , .
Iterrr Crates Easily Carried.
Horry crates will ho needed In the
patch next spring, and tho winter days
are a good time to get them In readi
ness. An Ohio Fanner writer tells of
an excellent way which one of his boys
hit upon for making bushel crate con
venient for two person to carry. Few
children can carry n bushel of berries
alone, yet two old enough to make good
pickers enn carry one very nicely, but
tho trouble Is to gef hold of It. The so
lution of the diilieulty Is this: The
crato in general
use has the end
formed by two
pieces of veneer,
us shown at A
and It tn the
sketch. The boy
carries a square
knife, and be
cuts tho Inside
upper corner of
kni or iiF.nar cuate.
each piece, as shown by the dotted
lines. About an inch mid a half is
cut from each, making band holes a
little less than four iuchus In width.
Tills destroys the usefulness of the nnll
In the corners cut nwny, but It Is only
tho work of a moment to draw the
nails with o claw hammer and drive
them farther alius. In carrying a full
crate the four end boxes of the upper
tier are put In a picking carrier, and the
larger boy carries them In his other
hand, while the lesser lny or girl car
ries tho cover. For a short carry it Is
not necessary to remove either baskets
or cover, but a backhanded grip Is
taken with the fl.igers crowded up
against the boxes. Cutting the hand
holes does not materially lujure the
crato unless the berries nro to be ship
ped. Sprar'aa Chilled Fralta..
In Colifornia after frost, or. rather.
Just beforo a frost has ended, a spray
ing device Is used to advantage.. Its
chief function Is to prevent a ton rapid
warming of the chilled frftu It is said
by horticulturists that even the light
coating of leo formed In tills way
does not seriously damage the fruit It
Is very likely that the latent heat of
solidification set free by the change
from water to Ice may play a helpful
part, but the chief effect Is to prevent a
too rapid thawing.
IN A MODEL DAIRY.
Ceallaac and Rottllasi fleam at the
FalrUrld Dairy Farm.
In Iialry and Creamery Nelson W.
McJ.aln gives nn Interesting account of
the big Fairfield dairy farm at Mont
clair, N. J. Tho nrticlo Is profusely 11
lustretotl. - Tho Illustration herewith
reprmlriiixl shows the room In which
the mllU is cooled n'nd bottled.
As noon as the milk is drawn It is
taken to tho ii.Mkroom and strained
into Imtko bright Milk cans, and the
full ennn. four In a group, are carried
Iy an endless overhead wire cable to
the dairy building, which Is located on
slightly lower gmnnd nliotit fifty rodt
distnnt from tho barns. , There the
milk is delivered in the second story,
CIXHjISH Wlt.K AND r"IMfXO TITR HOTTLES.
wlnre it Is emptied Into a three com
partment strainer containing three felt
strainer. From the strainers the milk
ntns over a huge star cooler and aera
U:r in a hi rye tile walled and floored
Htorillr.i-d inill.riMim on the first floor
From tlic cooler the milk runs Into the
betrling tank rnd Is Imttled In stcrll
lied iHittles, scaled and put In crates
twelve quart bottles in each crate, tnc
the space between the lottlcs flllec
with chipped Ice and salt, then loaded
on large three borne trucks for deliv
ery ut the railway station or at tb
i i ii i i i i i
me cost ei growing corn,, cutting n
and putting it tn the silo haalbeen vari
ously reported at almost a.'l figure!
fmm St to 13 per tin, says Amerh-an
Cultivator. We do not doubt but that
It bas been done for the smaller sum
when the land has been made rich and
well cultivated slid the most modern
Improvement were at hand to do the
work, but we think a fair evi-ruge
would be nearer double that with the
ordinary farmer even in a favorable
season. Itut there are not many who
would like to grow roots for feeding to
stock at that price. Certaluly we know
of nofie who would grow them to sell
at that price, and few would care to
grow them at $i per ton If they could
grow other crops and find a ready cash
market for them. As regards the value
of them, an average of the various
roots shows that the same amount i
each fed with equal rations of hay aud
grain resulted a little lu favor of the
roots, but this was more than offset by
tho two facts that the roots cannot It
kept In as. good condition for late
spring or summer flooding aa can the
ensilage aud that there Is mora apt to
be a crop failure from drought or othei
causes with the roots than with the
corn. The droughts of the two past
years have led many to believe that
having ensilage to feed in the summer, ;
wnen pastures ara niut iwr-r,
of almost aa much Importance, and
mine say more, than having it in the
" " na t ts too best style of silo Is stil,
a mooted question. Tho round stave
silo baa been very popular for several
years largely because It is the cheapest
form of silo that can be erected. When
properly built and properly taken cart I
of, it also seems to be fairly auranie.
Next In favor is the square or rectan
gular allow with cut off corners. This
makes an excellent silo. The remain
ing stylo is the round silo built wholly
of stone and brick or with part stone
and brick and above that a wooden
structure with studding set in the wall
and covered outside and Inside with
thin boards that will bend to a circle,
with best quality of building paper be
tween tho boards. It goes without say
ing that a silo built of stone or brick or
a combination of stone and brick will
be more durable than any structure
built of wood and In some places per
haps not more expensive.
A dairy farmer In Carlisle, Pa., witn
2J0 cows docs not like eowpeas fu'i
food for his herd. He sowed two acres,
and tho yield was good, but the cows
refused to eat them. He thinks they
might do for southern cows that can
not get a square meal without taking a
mountain walk of a mile or more. He
cannot understand how well fed cow
can be Induced to eat them. But there
are farmers who claim that both cows
and horses eat them greedily and seem
to prefer them to other food, says th
American Cultivator. But as all do
tint and it seems to be an acquired
ttc n nd-n they are as dittlcult tn cure
as hay, wo seo no reason for urging a
trial of them on northern farmers or
those who can grow clover, which
seems to suit the appetite of all our
animals and which produces nearly If
not Quito as much fcod per acre ns the
cowpca and ns much iiIIk per ton of
dry or green food as any ciop grown.
The Massachusetts experiment station
bus siieut much time and some money
In testing various' fodder crops, but we
think it has not yet found any bet
ter than the combination of corn fod
der and clover, which seems to grow
In almost any fertile soil to furnish
food that all animals like ind thrive
on, whether green or dry cured and
that leave the land In as gogd If not
better condition for future crops as
sny crops that have been tried.
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the. Wnvtuwiii I VnlrI l.inmaiH -ai,
in mtvc 1 1 if .nlilii Hint onr train sis
,Mrslel So us lo luake i-lo tiMiiiec
lion a ith ii veryinc lit at all jimrt
PulliuiUi Tulaee Slifpiiii. ami Chair for
on through Indus.
Dining t'r service niiexecllnl. Mt-.ila
. served a 1.1 t'srte.
In onh-r to obtain tlii firM clai srrv is
sfk the lii'krl airent 1o wll yiui a
ticket over "
THE W1SC0HSIS CuNliiAL LIN1S.
Direct s.Hiiiwjioim i el. .ii'i) ana Jul,
aaukeeforsll intern ihiiiiU. , . .
For full iiifornifttion call ou your innrt st
ticket UKfiil, or wile ....
Jas. C. Tonn, or J ah. A, Ci-ih. t,
lien. )'. Al., ( ieiM-rul Atieiii, .
' Milwaiikn-.Wir. "Il!8lrk
and Union Pacific
Till EM II Kill I. IS HtliM rOKII,AM
1iieaen-I'irtl:tiiil r'jMi-iiil, vi.t llmit
imrlon Ic.iveB 1' 111 fur Salt IjiLe, Den
ver, Ft. Worth, Oinuiiti, KunKis t'lly.St.
1 j 111 is, V Tirol's K:iiit. Arrives I :'M iui(
"At" lie 1'xjireps viit llmitiiitfton. de
)H . , nt l 111 lor Suit I .like, IVnver.it.
" jrlh, l)in:ili:i, Kanfus City, M. Iauus,
Jliitniro mill Kiihi. Arrives 8:10 a. in.
Kt. Paul fiift m:il vi.t StHiknne leaves
(1 in (or Walla Witlla, U-w iston. Fpo
knno, Wallaee, I'nllniiiii, Miniieiinilin, tit
Paul, Duhilli, M illuaukee, I'liuaKii soil
K.ast. Arrives 7 a ni.
ori:A' ami laviu snif.ia i r:
Iieaves S p m lor fan Fninc'iFixi every
5 days. Arrives 4 j ni. 4
Lcnves H i in ilaily cxeejit Pnnday, en
Suliinhfy 10 i in for Anioria ami say
laiulincH Ai rives 1 j in except unll'ly
. leaves ilaily except Knmlay nt li a ni
lor Oregon City, Ncvt licri:, halein, lude
lienileneu ami way-lamliiiKfi, Arrives at
4 :;ii p m except Miuilay.
Ixaves Tnes, Thurs, nil Put at a nt
(or (rvallis ami way lamliiis. Arrives
Moil, Weil ami Frl st 4 :.'UI p in,
Ixivtu Tiles, Thii ami Sat st 7 a tu
for (Irettnii t'ily, Day km an.l way-land,
liifis. . Arrives Mini, W'ed and Kri ut
5 ::st p in.
leaves l;iparin at .1:40 a m (or lwis
ton. Uavi'H liewiHtoii H :.:() in for
Ailtlress, A. I. I KtllJ,
tien'l Pass. ArenU
A. C Snci.noN, Cenerat Acent,
Third and Stark Sis, Portland, Ore.